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making news in america this morning, two weeks left in the election and polls have hillary clinton pulling away. this is donald trump claiming the media for his slumping numbers and launches his own show on facebook. plus, president obama talked about the candidates on "jimmy tweets. a deadly accident at a theme park. a malfunctioning ride ejecting the passengers. new details just coming in. an empty vehicle moves down the highway with someone in hot pursuit. so why is he chasing that car? and game one, the field is painted, the players and fans are ready. historians are waiting. the world series gets under way
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a good tuesday morning. we begin with donald trump and hillary clinton looking to win over voters today in the must win state of florida. >> with election day two weeks away a new poll shows clinton with a five-point lead and trump is crying foul now claiming the latest polls are phony and rigged. abc's angelica spanos is here with the details. >> reporter: good morning to you. both donald trump and hillary clinton are on the trail today in florida working to energize their supporters. work a little harder. he insists his campaign is ahead even though most polls show him trailing clinton. on day two of a three-day tour in the battleground state of florida, donald trump lashes out against the polls. >> folks, we're winning. we're winning. they are phony polls put out by phony media. >> reporter: last night trump's team bypassing the mainstream
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the hosts taking trump's message directly to the american people but in new hampshire, clinton joined forces with massachusetts senator elizabeth warren. the pair bashed trump after he called clinton a nasty woman at the last debate. >> get this, donald, nasty women are tough. nasty women are smart. and nasty women vote. and on november women are going to march our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever. >> reporter: clinton accused trump of having no concrete plan to defeat isis. >> he's basically declaring defeat before the battle has even started. he's proving to the world what
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commander in chief. >> reporter: with early voting under way in florida and texas two key states trump would need to win, trump says don't wait until november 8th. >> get your friends, your family, your co-workers out to vote so you can go vote today. you can go vote tomorrow. but get out to vote. >> reporter: and hillary clinton has a new target, republican candidates in down ballot races. clinton is becoming so confident ha she'll win she's now campaigning for downlo democrats at an increased pace. kendis, diane, back to you. >> doing that today in florida. thank you. president obama took a break from his fund-raising swing in california show shore up more support for clinton. >> the president made an appearance on "jimmy kimmel live" where he railed against trump while singing clinton's praises. >> and, you know, she's not somebody who thinks the job is about flash and sizzle and
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getting policy right and, you know, making sure that folks are doing a little bit better. >> the president urged everyone to get out and vote calling it a responsibility and we can't sit back and complain. donald trump apparently made money on an insurance claim 11 years ago and the press reports he collected 17 million for hurricane damage to his private club in florida, but no one recalls much damage mar-a-lago resort. for an unrelated lawsuit he said he had a very good insurance policy so was able to keep the money. as we mentioned candidates will focus on florida today. hillary clinton and tim kaine will be holding three separate rallies. donald trump will lead two rallies on his third straight day in that state. mike pence is hitting the campaign trail today in the battleground state of ohio. and it's bad news for democrats about obamacare.
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the administration confirms premium also go up sharply next year by an average of 25%. though millions of users qualify for subsidies and many consumers will only be able to choose plans from a single company. that prompted donald trump last night to declare it's over for obamacare. breaking news from australia where four people have been killed on an amusement park ride. the accident happened on a river rapids ride at dream world known as australia's biggest theme park. now, police say a malfunction caused two people to b from their raft while two others were caught inside the ride and video just coming in shows one of the rafts flipped over onto the ride's conveyer belt. the park closed as investigators say they're trying to figure out what led to the malfunction. we also have breaking news it turkey. an explosion rocked a popular tourist city in the mediterranean that happened in a parking lot and many injuries reported. the cause is still unknown but turkish media have been reported
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areas. pakistan has suffered one of the deadliest attacks on security forces, 59 trainees were killed when gunmen stormed a training center. more than 100 injured. a little known breakaway faction of the pakistan taliban claimed responsibility for that assault. iraq's leaders say their country's main fight against isis is ahead of schedule. the battle for the city of mosul is now in its second week. iraqi forces with support from the u.s. military are pushing toward that different directions. abc's martha raddatz is in that country and she asked about the fight against isis during a tour with the u.s. general in charge of american ground troops. >> reporter: describe how they fight. >> they're trying to defend forward and collapsing back to mosul. the question is how hard will they fight in mosul? >> it is believed the entire operation to liberate mosul will take months. there are about a million people in that city.
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increase the use of civilians as human shields. now to the extreme weather on both sides of the country. starting on the west coast, you can see the barrage of storms coming in off the pacific. these systems are bringing in heavy rain and strong winds up to 70 miles per hour in higher elevations. the one benefit is over half a foot of rain this week for places that desperately need it. and on the east coast, it's cold, temperatures starting to settle in, frost and freeze watches posted from virginia to massachusetts. by tomorrow morning it'll be below freezing with windchills and expected in philadelphia, new york city and boston. forget about winter is coming. it's here. >> i think i for got to bring the plants in. the clash of two seasons in new england. the picture shows a few inches of snow covered a thousand-foothilltop but, of course, that beautiful fall foliage below. >> absolutely pretty. the mystery unfolding. a backup dancer for pop stars
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officers with an ak-47, as well as several carjackings. >> i'm about to steal another car like right now. it's going to be intense. >> police are also warning that vance has some sort of communicable disease that he may be trying to spread. a backup dancer who performed with a-listers like beyonce and rihanna has gone missing. and her famous friends are appealing for help. 32-year-old shirlene quigley vanished early new york city around 1:00 in the morning. now, rihanna posted a video of quigley on instagram calling her a beautiful soul and pleading for anyone who may have seen her to call police. lawmakers are calling for federal action to wipe out the debt of soldiers who are being asked to repay bonuses they received for serving in iraq and afghanistan. but the california national guard reportedly told congress about the issue two years ago and they did nothing. thousands of soldiers have been ordered to pay back that money because a national guard
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qualify for. and there was a big surprise in the new auto reliability ratings from "consumer reports." buick has become the first domestic brand to make the top three since the survey started in the early '80s. the magazine says most of the line's problems have been ironed out. lexus came in number one in reliability followed by toyota. in fact, asian brands s when we come back, suing subway jared fogle's wife is going after the chain. why she says subway could have stopped the pitchman's pedophilia more than a decade ago. some new guidance for preventing sudden infant death syndrome. see where experts say babies should be sleeping until they're a year old. i love my mom. my mom. i love my kids. my kids. my job. taking care of everybody. everyday. my mom. my kids. my job.
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car in the middle of a busy highway. the answer is, that's his car and there's no one inside. the scene played out in switzerland. he apparently had pulled over but forgot to apply the parking brake. >> oops. >> you can see him run around despite all the traffic chasing the car. finally it comes to a stop after hitting a sign on the side of the highway. the car did have some front bumper damage, but no one was hurt. >> i think he's happier about it in the end. as for the roads in the u.s., they are going to be wet from central california up to the northwest and into the rockies. the same deal for parts of the plains all the way to the great lakes. >> if you're flying, you should probably expect airport delays in minneapolis and san francisco. well, subway is not commenting right now on a new lawsuit that it's facing from the ex-wife of its former pitchman. >> as you know, jared fogle was the face of the sandwich shop chain until going to prison on child sex charges. but his former wife says subway should have fired him much sooner. abc's linzie janis with the details.
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ex-wife is suing subway accusing executives of ignoring multiple allegations against their former pitchman in order to protect company profits. >> hi, i'm jared the subway guy. >> reporter: katie mclaughlin says subway received at least three complaints about fogle years before he pleaded guilty to child pornography and sexual abuse-related charges last november. the first just four years after his first commercial. fogle allegedly approaching a minor at a subway event. even after a third complaint in 2011, mclaughlin says subway sought to portray fogle as a family man. >> he has two kids and more reasons to better on betting eating habits. >> subway did not act on at least one complaint is beyond comprehension henkes. >> reporter: linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> later on "good morning america" we dig deeper into that lawsuit and find out why mclaughlin says her
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ways to reduce the risk of sids or sudden infant death syndrome. the american academy of pediatrics says babies should sleep in the same room as their parents for the first year but not in the same bed and if the baby is held skin to skin for the first hour of life the risk of sids goes down. vaccinations also reduce the risk by 50%. a new study reveals the toll cigarettes take on our nation's health. more than a quarter of all cancer deaths in the u.s. are caused by smoking. is in arkansas where 40% of cancer deaths were linked to smoking. kentucky had the highest rate among women, 29%, and utah had the lowest rate of smoking-related cancer deaths. a teenage football player at a san diego high school got quite the scare after being struck by lightning. it happened just after practice while he was walking to the locker room. the 14-year-old was taken to the hospital for treatment and thankfully has already been released.
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electricity hit my body, and it knocked me down to my knees. every muscle in my body was cramping up. just like somebody tackling you down to the ground and just basically holding you there. it was one of the worst pains in my life. >> tests on his heart showed it was actually fine. he says he had some tingling in his legs, but he claims it's nothing he can't shake off. >> oh. now he gets some bragging rights. >> exactly. to the fans of the chicago cubs and cleveland indians, we know you're patiently waiting for tonight. take a look at this. the world series logos have been progressive field, and the teams are ready for tonight's game one. as for last night's football game, let's get highlights now from espn. good morning, america. i'm scott van pelt. week seven in the national football league finished up with a return to denver from brock osweiler. the quarterback from the broncos got paid in the off-season, trevor siemian the new man. and osweiler couldn't get on the
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and was harassed by the broncos. deandre hopkins, business best wideout, he turns one way, he goes the other. it's awful when the emojis are out. clowning you. siemien play action hits emanuel sanders running open in stride and he gets tackled inside the 5. you see 88 there at the bottom of the screen. that is demaryius thomas. too big, too strong. broncos lead 14-6. now, the texans were hanging around. they had some field goals and funneled going in for another score and here siemian goes up top and sanders got close and for the first time in the rookie career of devontae booker, the youngster out of utah, he takes its into the end zone and finds the paint there and that gave denver a 12-point lead. here in the fourth, what, we got fooled by this. we thought that was a pass. somehow it spirals out of his
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you'll see the empty hand there. osweiler, 22 of 41 for 131 yards and that suffocating broncos defense gets them to 5-2. busy tuesday in sports. first game of the world series and the nba tips off. we will see you when they're done at midnight eastern here on "sportscenter." enjoy your tuesday. >> all right. you too. thanks. now up next in "the pulse," president obama on "jimmy kimmel live" reading mean tweets. and booted from the ballroom, which couple was sent home on "dancing with the stars"? tresiba? is a once-daily, long-acting insulin that lasts even longer than 24 hours. i want to trim my a1c. ? tresiba? ready ? tresiba? provides powerful a1c reduction. releases slow and steady. works like your body's insulin. when my schedule changes... i want something that delivers. ? tresiba? ready ?
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viewers across the country by sharing a few mean tweets. >> barack obama is the sharknado of presidents. loud, stupid and overhyped. #sharknado4. president obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the united states, exclamation point, @realdonaldtrump. well, @realdonaldtrump, at least i will go down as a president. >> he's getting used to this drop mike thing. kimmel asked the president if he ever laughs when he watches trump in a debate. his answer was, most of the time. and next to the big night in the ballroom, it was eras night on "dancing with the stars." >> so, the standout couple, i got to say, was probably james and sharna. they did a really cute 1940s jitterbug and earned 9s from all of the judges. not bad for a race car driver.
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checking our top stories, hillary clinton and donald trump are both campaigning in the key battleground of florida today. trump is now calling the polls rigged as a new national poll has clinton ahead by five percentage points. and breaking news, four people have died after an accident at an amusement park in australia. a malfunction caused two people to be ejected from their raft while two others were caught inside the ride according to officials. dozens of police trainees have been killed in a terror attack in the pakistan city of quetta. security officials say a group linked to al qaeda stormed a training center and set off explosive vests. let's take a look at today's weather, shall we? rain for a big part of the western u.s. some strong wind across the southwest and the rain will be heavy from the plains to the great lakes. cooler along the east coast. and finally, how long do you wait for a practical joke? >> a couple seconds.
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man, it took 50 years, and he wasn't even there to see it. >> but his daughter was, we should point out. our boston station has the story. >> it's been a long time coming and i've wanted to bring this back to you for many years now. >> reporter: a note adrift at sea for some 50 years finally where it belongs. >> oh, my god. that's my father's writing. >> reporter: paula pierce gingerly holding the fadedism nk stained piece of paper. >> it's incredible. yes, he wrote this, his hands were on this. it's been gone 26 years, and he put this in a bottle, and it survived. >> reporter: her dad tossing the message in a bottle in the atlantic in hampton beach, new hampshire, where the family used to own the beachcomber hotel. >> it didn't take long to realize this one doesn't belong with me. >> reporter: landing on a beach thousands of miles away in turks and caicos where clint buffington was on vacation. >> also a lot of places called beachcomer in different states. >> it said return to 419 ocean
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beachcomber. a practical joke from her husband, paul. >> that $150 would have represented probably seven rents. seven rents. motels were going for 20 bucks a night. >> reporter: buffington, a teacher who lives in salt lake city, lute, told pierce about the note a few years back, unable to deliver it in person until this moment. >> by the way, it doesn't say mail it to 419 ocean boulevard. it says return it. >> reporter: in return pierce kept her dad's promise. >> what, what, what. >> there it is. >> i made a new friend. we all made a new friend. >> but was it adjusted for inflation? >> i was going to say. i don't think she factored that in. >> that's what's making news in america this morning. stay with us for "good morning america" and have a
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ben: searching for answers after three women were killed in downtown milwaukee. the mystery police are trying to solve this morning days after a deadly crash. melinda: plus, helping you find a job one ride at a time. the big announcement expected thousands of people here in southeast wisconsin. ben: but first, weather watch 12 as we take a live look outside. another cold morning and rain is on the way. we're keeping a close eye on your forecast. good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. melinda: and i'm melinda davenport. it's 4:30 on this tuesday, october 25th. let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center, good morning, sal. sally: good morning, it is a beautiful crescent moon on the way in. clouds are still off to the


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